Breaking the Chains: How to Recognize a Generational Curse in Your Family Tree

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James Lasher

Generational curses are a real thing.

Sitting down with Charisma media, Apostle Alexander Pagani, author of the bestselling book “The Secrets to Generational Curses,” is going Beyond the Article to share these important revelations with the body of Christ.

Jumping right into the fray of recent discussions on whether a Christian can be under the effects of a generational curse, Pagani explains using Scripture why Christians still suffer under these conditions.

“The Bible is very clear that Jesus broke the power of sin, not the presence of sin. Jesus broke the power of the curse, not the presence of the curse. Up until the consummation of all things that we see in 1 Corinthians chapter 15, where death is swallowed up in victory, then the presence of sin, the presence of curses will be completely eradicated,” says Pagani.

In the meantime, generational curses continue to be an area that many Christians are unfamiliar with and do not fully understand.

“I deal with that in the first chapter of my book. We demystify [generational curses] through the help of the Holy Spirit and through Scripture. The arch-nemesis to the revelation of generational curses will probably be misinformation,” Pagani says.

“The second reason why we struggle with that is because [of] the sensationalism and the unbiblical practices and methods by those who maybe have an idea about generational curses, but don’t know how to substantiate those ideas with Scripture,” he adds.

When believers increase their time and efforts into understanding the Scripture, they increase their understanding of God’s will and righteousness. But, Pagani warns, it is important to keep your eyes on God and not drift into tunnel-vision about curses or other demonic entities.

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“Not everything is the direct result of a generational curse. We do not want to become curse conscious, just like we do not want to become demon conscious. Some stuff is personal choice, irresponsibility or just not knowing,” Pagani explains.

There are three common ways that generational curses take up residence in people’s lives, says Pagani.

“Number one: through invitation…Someone has to initiate the curse. Why? Because God is just in the courtroom of heaven…which means that you are not going to get cursed by something that was not initiated.

“The second way is through ignorance. Which means you’re doing something, you’re initiating something, but you don’t that initiation of what you’re doing is actually wrong…[Many] Christians sometimes practice sin that opens a door to a curse without realizing it.

“Number three is by inheritance, which means someone in the bloodline is doing it. And that has been transferred to the third and fourth generations. So, here you are, born into a family or household that is genetically…dealing with some things that they find themselves. …It doesn’t mean that you’re not safe. It doesn’t mean that you don’t love the Lord. It means that there is something genetically coming down the bloodline through inheritance that Christ is wanting to deal with when He feels the Christian is ready to deal with it.

“And through the power of the Holy Spirit, the Holy Spirit will reveal it.”

To learn more from Apostle Alexander Pagani on The Secrets to Generational Curses, click here.

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James Lasher is Staff Writer for Charisma Media.

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